Today in Tribe History: April 29, 1931

The Indians’ Wes Ferrell joins the no-hit club with a 9-0 shutout over the St. Louis Browns in Cleveland. It is the fifth no-hitter in franchise history and the team’s first since 1919. The victory was Cleveland’s fourth straight to push their record to 9-3 and was Ferrell’s fourth win on the young season. He allowed just three walks in the contest and struck out eight. He...
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Carrasco goes 8 innings for 2nd straight start

Carlos Carrasco pitched well enough to win. He also worked long enough to save the Indians' bullpen from extended duty.
7 hours ago

Strong Pitching, Two Homers Send Seattle to Win in Cleveland; Mariners 3, Indians 1

Ariel Miranda and a pair of relievers limited Cleveland to just four hits on the night and a pair of home runs provided all of the offense for Seattle as the Mariners knocked off the Indians, 3-1, on Friday night. Miranda, the 28-year-old Cuban left-hander, got the start for Seattle and was making his 15th career start and 17th overall appearance while taking on the Indians for the...

Cleveland Indians lose a snoozer to the Mariners

Somehow the Indians found a way to be more boring than the second round of the NFL draft. Jose Ramirez hit a home run, Carlos Carrasco looked great for the most part and I still have about 480 words to make this recap viable. So, uh, how about that rain? The legendary ability of the Cleveland Indians to be mystified by no-name left-handed pitchers continued tonight, with Ariel...
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Gomes starting to make impact with Tribe

A sprained right knee derailed the 2015 season for Indians catcher Yan Gomes. A separated right shoulder cost him two months last year.
11 hours ago

Salazar aims to rack up more strikeouts at home

Yovani Gallardo and Danny Salazar, two starters that have gotten off to similar starts, will face off in the second game of a three-game set between the Mariners and the Indians at Progressive Field on Saturday.
11 hours ago

Francisco Lindor’s monster home run pushes Indians over Astros

456 ft . . . Wow. We were just treated to: As good of a midweek baseball series there can be in April Another Corey Kluber gem of a start Francisco Lindor hitting the longest HR of his career, an amazingly beautiful go-ahead blast Yan Gomes doing Yan Gomes things defensively Cody Allen dancing the tight rope again before closing out the victory in dramatic fashion So yes...
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Could changes in mechanics bring Kenta Maeda back?

It is a mad world we are living in. The Cubs are last season’s champs. The Toronto Blue Jays have the worst record in baseball. The Miami Marlins are in second place in the NL East with a 10-9 record, and that record is just a half-game worse than the Cleveland Indians, who were last year’s runner-up in the World Series. Down is up, up is down!No division is safe from weird...
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Lindor’s 2-run blast in 7th leads Indians past Astros 4-3

CLEVELAND (AP) — Francisco Lindor hit a long two-run homer in the seventh inning to lift the Cleveland Indians over the Houston Astros 4-3 Thursday night. Lindor’s 456-foot homer off Chris Devenski (1-1) landed in the visitors bullpen about 50 feet beyond the center field wall. Corey Kluber (3-1) struck out 10 and allowed three runs in seven innings as the defending AL champs...
1 day ago

The Yandy Diaz Project Is One to Follow

Yandy Diaz was already interesting before the 2017 season began. His combination of offensive and defensive skills compelled Carson Cistulli to include him often as a member of the Fringe Five, a group that’s building quite a track record. He became more interesting early this season, however, when he made the Indians’ 25-man roster and filled in at third base (while Jose Ramirez...
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Cleveland Indians Player of the Week: April 16 - April 22

The Doc is in, pitching is back, and Yan Gomes actually hit the ball. The Cleveland Indians are back! Well, they never really went anywhere, but seeing everyone struggle at the same time to start the season was torture. Those struggles appear to finally be over. The starting rotation — namely Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, and yes even Josh Tomlin — strung together a series...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Francisco Lindor turns down $100 million extension

Apparently we are at the point in professional sports where 23-year-old baseball players are turning down $100 million in cold hard cash. We knew it was coming. It was just a matter of time. But that doesn’t make it any more absurd.According to Sports Illustrated’s Tom Verducci, Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor just recently turned down an extension that would have...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Tigers concerned Justin Verlander is tipping pitches

After Justin Verlander gave up a career-high nine earned runs in just four innings on Saturday, the Detroit Tigers are looking for answers.The Cleveland Indians teed off on Verlander for three home runs in a 13-6 victory despite the fact that Verlander’s stuff looked sharp. Though he left a few pitches up, on a few occasions, the Indians seemed to be right on top of whatever Verlander...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Jason Kipnis uses Instagram to help find shinguard

A trusted piece of Jason Kipnis’ gear is missing so he turned to social media for help.Since his days as a collegiate baseball player, the now 30-year-old Indians second baseman has had on a white shinguard when he stepped into the batter’s box. Unfortunately, it has gone missing and Kipnis has found out the manufacturer no longer makes it anymore. That hasn’t deterred him...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Francisco Lindor adding legit power to his arsenal?

The first two seasons of Francisco Lindor’s MLB career couldn’t have gone much better – especially when specifically talking about his individual performance. He’s paired Gold Glove defense with more-than-adequate production at the plate, but if we had to nitpick, his offense did take a slight step back last year compared to his rookie campaign.Despite getting over 200 more...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Rob Manfred finally seems serious about getting rid of Indians’ Chief Wahoo logo

Pretty much ever since Rob Manfred took over as commissioner of baseball, he’s made noise about forcing the Cleveland Indians to give up their racist Chief Wahoo logo.And over the past couple years, officials from MLB have repeatedly applied some gentle pressure, as the team has not-so-heartily committed to phasing out the image.Well finally, the league seems to be getting serious...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

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